cosmographist

cosmography

[koz-mog-ruh-fee]
noun, plural cosmographies.
1.
a science that describes and maps the main features of the heavens and the earth, including astronomy, geography, and geology.
2.
a description or representation of the main features of the universe.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English < Greek kosmographía description of the world. See cosmo-, -graphy

cosmographer, cosmographist, noun
cosmographic [koz-muh-graf-ik] , cosmographical, adjective
cosmographically, adverb
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cosmography (kɒzˈmɒɡrəfɪ)
 
n
1.  a representation of the world or the universe
2.  the science dealing with the whole order of nature
 
cos'mographer
 
n
 
cos'mographist
 
n
 
cosmographic
 
adj
 
cosmo'graphical
 
adj
 
cosmo'graphically
 
adv

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cosmography   (kŏz-mŏg'rə-fē)  Pronunciation Key 
The study of the visible universe that includes the measurement and cataloging of its objects and structures.
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